Elizabeth Dwoskin and Thomas Gryta report:
AT&T’s fiber-optic Internet service has a new option.
For $70 a month, you can enjoy AT&T ultrafast fiber-optic Internet access. For an additional $29 a month, you can avoid being tracked while doing it.
AT&T debuted its 1 gigabit-per-second service, called GigaPower by AT&T, last year in Austin Texas, and rolled it out on Tuesday in Kansas City, Missouri. But the service comes with a hitch: The company tracks users as they surf the Web. Customers who want to keep their browsing habits to themselves can pay a fee to opt out of being monitored.
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